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Jan
28
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Perhaps Freud said it best over a century ago: a healthy person is able to work and love. This is pretty much what parents want for their children (along with simply surviving childhood): to grow up to be able to work and achieve, and to be caring, decent people. Fortunately, by now there is quite a bit of research on how to help our kids get there. Here are some of the key strategies that work.1. To promote achievement, praise the effort/behavior, not the talent/result.The problem with praising a child for being smart or for achieving a good outcome is that doing so can actually decrease the…
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